GRANITE HOME DESIGN   

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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SINK
--Granite starting at $28 per square foot--
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     CARE OF YOUR SILGRANIT SINK

• Silgranit material consists of 80% natural granite stone, chemically polymerized with resin.

• Silgranit is a naturally hard, non-porous, material which is highly resistant to chipping, scratching and staining.

• Silgranit is not affected by household acids and alkalis.

• Silgranit is also heat resistant up to 536° Fahrenheit.


GENERAL CARE & CLEANING:
Daily cleaning may be done with any non-abrasive cleaner.  
After every use, rinse and wipe the sink dry with a clean, soft cloth to eliminate any water spots or soap film build-ups.

REMOVING STAINS AND MINOR SCUFF MARKS:

Normal Stains ~ for stains, please use a non- abrasive cleanser, along with a soft scouring pad.

Note: Always test any stain removers in a small, non-visible location.

Stubborn Stains ~ A solution of 50% bleach, 50% water should only be used for tough, stubborn
stains. Let the solution sit in the bottom of the sink for one hour; then scrub. Rinse well.


LUSTER:

Mineral oil or Orange Glo applied with a damp cloth can be used to restore the luster.


MISCELLANEOUS:

To remove Calcium Deposits (a white ring around the bottom of your sink): use LIME AWAY.

To remove Adhesive Labels: use Acetone (nail polish remover)


WHAT NOT TO USE:
1) Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents or scrub pads, such as Steel wool.

2) Straight bleach.

3) Commercial alkalis, such as ammonia and/or caustic solutions.

4) Drain blocking chemicals that involve filling the sink with water.